Introducing New VMware Hands-on Labs for Windows 10 Management

January 11, 2018

Discover a new, more efficient approach to Windows lifecycle management across any use case. During this live VMware Hands-on Lab (HOL), see how VMware AirWatch offers real-time, automated security and compliance for Windows 10 management.

During this HOL, you’ll learn the basics of enrolling and configuring a Windows 10 device using the integrated VMware Workspace ONE platform, powered by AirWatch unified endpoint management technology, for compliance and data loss prevention, including:

  • Configuring Windows 10 device health attestation
  • Enrolling a Windows 10 device using the AirWatch Agent
  • Creating and activating a compliance policy with Workspace ONE
  • Validating compliant and non-compliant states on a Windows 10 device
  • Configuring Windows Information Protection (WIP), app control and per-app VPN with AirWatch
  • Configuring BitLocker settings with AirWatch


Once you enroll in VMware HOLs, you get to to test-drive VMware products, like AirWatch, in minutes without installing any software. Enroll in HOL-1857-02-UEM, to follow along with Lab Module 3, “Real-Time and Automated Security Protection and Compliance,” and to complete Lab Modules 1 and 2, “Deploying Office 365 ProPlus” and “Secure Windows 10 BYOPC for Your Workforce.”

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Josué Negrón

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EUC Staff Architect, End-User Computing, VMware.
Josué Negrón serves as a End-User Computing Staff Architect at VMware. Currently, in his eight-year with VMware, Josué works with customers to define the best way to integrate the latest EUC technologies into their businesses to solve challenges associated with Windows 10 Modern Management deployment, management, and security. Josué started at VMware as a software consultant, then moved into sales engineering, and now develops enablement content within technical marketing. You can find his latest content on Tech Zone below, follow him on Twitter @josuejnegron, or subscribe to his RSS content feed by clicking Subscribe to Author. He holds a degree in Computer Engineering from Georgia Tech. Go Jackets!